The Literacy Council of Buncombe County's 23rd annual Spelling Bee will be held April 24, 2014 (6-9 p.m.) at “On Broadway” in downtown Asheville. Fifteen teams of three adults each will compete in the most spirited and outrageous word challenge of their lives! Click here to read more.
The next orientation sessions for prospective volunteers will be on May 7 and May 8. Prospective volunteers should choose one of these sessions. Click here for the complete volunteer tutor training schedule
Inclement Weather Policy: The Literacy Council will be closed for business on days that Buncombe County Schools are closed for inclement weather. On those days all previously scheduled Council activities are cancelled. On days when Buncombe County Schools have a two-hour delay, LCBC will open at 10 a.m. **Announcements that our office is closed or will be opening late will appear along with other school closings announcements on WLOS.
The Literacy Council was on the front page of the Asheville Citizen-Times on Thursday, April 24! Click here to read the article, written by reporter Barbara Blake.
The latest WNC Woman Article from the Literacy Council is now published. Click here to read.
Meet our new Development Director, Brantlee! http://litcouncil.com/development_director.htm
Executive Director Ashley Lasher published an article in the Asheville Citizen-Times. Click here to read.
The Literacy Council begins program at Craggy Correctional Facility. Read more here.
The Literacy Council 2012/2013 Annual Report is now available online.You can read it here.
Congratulations to our students! 2 ESOL students earned U.S. citizenship and 2 Adult Ed student were awarded their GEDs in January.
Volunteer tells story of student-tutor partnership. Learn what tutoring means to her and how a student's life has changed.